For 50 years, from 1858, the Stafford Road Works in Wolverhampton built over 800 locomotives for the Great Western Railway. Most were designed by two brothers, Joseph and George Armstrong. Just a short walk from their former works, Perrin & Rowe employ those same skills today at their Wolverhampton foundry. Inspired by the Armstrong brothers, Perrin & Rowe’s new kitchen tap forges an industrial aesthetic with a craftsman’s attention to detail.
The versatility of the Armstrong design becomes apparent when you consider the options available. A traditional Bridge Mixer is offered alongside a Single Lever mixer tap, and both can be specified with smooth handles, or for a more industrial look, a knurled grip.
A Pull-down Rinse is also available on both models. Simply release the end of the spout and gently pull to release a 40cm long hose. Press the small button on the rinse to switch from a standard flow to a spray; ideal for washing vegetables, rinsing rice, or cleaning the sink at the end of the day.
Choose from eight beautiful finishes, from Chrome to Aged Brass.
Perrin & Rowe’s new bathroom range takes its name from a parish in Shoreditch, East London. Hoxton has a higher concentration of architects than any other district in Europe. Design is debated in its coffee shops and bars. Many of the most exciting new buildings around the world are conceived here. Hoxton is a byword for the avant-garde.
Our Hoxton range is a fresh take on modern luxury. It’s characterised by a slim and elegant profile with gently curving edges rather than sharp angles. A unique blend of old and new.
Hoxton is manufactured in Britain using a blend of traditional skills and state of the art technology. It took nearly two years of development to bring the full range into production. Timeless design, in our view, cannot be hurried. The result is a unique contemporary design with all the traditional Perrin & Rowe virtues of quality, durability and longevity.